Acclaimed Australian singer/songwriter Imogen Clark has achieved milestones far beyond her 24 years. In the four years since she became the youngest worldwide signing to renowned record label Lost Highway/Universal Music, she has released two compelling studio albums, scored five #1 singles on the CMC Top 30 and racked scores of nominations at the CMC Music Awards and the Golden Guitar Awards. She has also toured relentlessly, winning over crowds around the world from Europe to Nashville, touring with legendary musicians from Shania Twain to Ian Moss, and the biggest names in contemporary Americana music, from Willie Watson to Clare Bowen and Shane Nicholson.
With her latest album Collide, Imogen took her music to a new level. Debuting at #4 on the ARIA charts, the album broadens Imogen’s musical scope to encompass the best aspects of folk, rock, indie and Americana, with her sophisticated maturing songcraft backed by sympathetic, sometimes fiery production by Australian rock legend Diesel. She has also become a sought after collaborator, co-writing two songs on Kasey Chambers’ #1 ARIA award winning album Dragonfly, and contributing guest vocals to Shane Nicholson’s Love & Blood. Imogen represented Australia two years in a row at Nashville’s Americana Festival, playing showcases at the famous Bluebird Café.
“Imogen is a songwriter well beyond her years with a flawless voice that is mesmerising. At just 24, she is already an old soul” – Kasey Chambers.
"There is plenty of fairy dust currently surrounding Imogen Clark... [Collide] is an album of its time, reflecting life as a twenty-something woman in a challenging world... This album oozes class, sensitivity and style, and marks Imogen as a talented and distinctive performer with a unique way of seeing and conveying the subtleties of life." - Capital News.
"[Collide is] an album of brilliant polish and expansive genre crossover, drawing on alt. country influences and alt. rock royalty alike... Ratcheting up both songwriting stakes and sonic intensity, Clark touches eloquently on the profound uncertainties that mark us all" - Country Update.